Our only requirement is that you
are ready and willing to embrace your true potential. Our objective is to
orchestrate changes which are easy for you without a
feeling of deprivation or added stress . . . changes which are fulfilling
and restorative, inspiring you to persist in attaining core health.
The first step is to find out how you are "different". While all humans have the same organ systems, the way
in which these parts communicate with each other is unique to each individual.
Genes control a matrix system of information stimulated to various degrees by
outer circumstances. The susceptibility of genes to change from environmental
stimulation is the "thumbprint" of individuality. Here is where the new
technologies of functional metabolic testing become useful in diagramming your
personal "thumbprint" and identifying outer stresses that keep you from your
core health. Together, we will select the biomarker tests which will provide the
most pertinent information for the least amount of time, energy and money.
The next step is where we, Robert and
DJ, shine at COREhealth! Once your tests are completed and your forms
filled out (see patient forms), we study your case
together and apart. This process allows us to use our innate gifts of seeing the
big picture and the intricacies within it. We assess the sequence of physical
breakdown by outer stresses and the most potent order of healing steps. We apply
honed wisdom, intuition, and vast experience to our overview of you, and we help
you synthesize daily practices which will stimulate great change in your
physiology without any feeling of deprivation. This is our greatest service to
you and the deepest expression of our divine gifts in healing.
After we create the COREhealth
Sequenced Strategy for Improving Your Health, you and your body determine
the pace of your healing. You participate in your healing by contributing your
own intelligence, intuition, and power of choice.
One thing we know for sure is that
everyone will get better who chooses and acts to improve their health.
updated May 18, 2007